Hospital updates Kiwanis on renovation
Guest speaker Jeremy Ensey, chief executive officer of St. Luke Hospital and Living Center, updated Kiwanis members Tuesday about renovations being made at the living center facility.
Ensey said St. Luke Foundation had raised more than $900,000 dollars to date.
A major concern is the air conditioning system because many rooms are hot during the summer. Ensey said he hoped work would be done by mid-March.
The next phase is planned to be an addition of 1,000 square feet for new offices and dining room area so residents have a place for family gatherings. The current dining room will become a lounge.
Ensey said the overall goal was for the living center to look and feel like home.
Last modified Jan. 11, 2018